I share an insurance plan with my mom and I guess since I don't pay it I kind of just forgot when it expires and kind of figured my mom would renew and give me a new card, but that didnt happen. The officer said if I provide proof of insurance at the court date the fee will be waived.... Read more »
answered on Oct 30, 2017
Go to court at the designated date and time. When your case is called, come forward and have your proof of insurance available. Hear the offer they make and hope it's court supervision on both tickets.
if not on both then on the no insurance for sure. if you do not get supervision on... Read more »
I contacted my insurance and all they see is a ticket on my record. It does not tell them it is "supervision". They told me to send them my DMV driving record. My question is: does supervision = the insurance can legally increase my premium?
answered on Oct 17, 2017
The insurance company will not see supervision on the general abstract. That only shows up on court purposes abstract.
I have visited a local auto detailer and they told me based on damage it was the other driver at fault. At time of claim havent had the opportunity to share photos or this info I now have but will share with adjuster even though it may matter.
answered on Jun 22, 2017
Certainly if your rates get raised you can bring out this issue again. If you were hurt, contact a member of the Ill Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults. If not, you can try small claims.
The ticketing officer said no court was required and the ticket I received didn't have a court date it happened on 12-16-11 and a collection agency is wanting money from me when I had insurance the paper they sent me when I disputed the collection claim showing my ticket but the tick I... Read more »
answered on Apr 9, 2017
Because you were insured at the time, you should obtain proof of insurance from the date of the ticket by calling your insurance company. A motion should be filed to bring the case back in front of a judge to show proof of compliance and ask that the ticket be dismissed. An attorney can assist you... Read more »
I was in my mothers vehicle. I was an insure driver on the vehicle. I was pulled over for a broken taillight. The ticketing officer told me to show my proof of insurance to the county clerk no sooner than 7 days and no later than 30 days and they would return my license. On day 27 I went to the... Read more »
answered on Jan 24, 2017
First of all, this is quite old so you will certainly want to hire an attorney for this case as it will require a motion to vacate the judgment. Typically, the court will not entertain a motion on a case older than two years and they prefer them to be within 30 days. Seeing... Read more »
CarInsurance canceled all coverage
We had left on vacation on December and made sure to get full coverage on the van we drove,
We got full coverage and made sure to pay the amount.
When we returned, we got into a car accident, when we go home, we received all the checks... Read more »
answered on Jan 23, 2017
It is certainly possible to fight this based on the limited information provided. However, the success of such a claim depends on very specific language in your policy, as you may not of adhered to noticing or other formal requirements. I would recommend organizing all information related to... Read more »
What will happen¿
answered on Dec 27, 2016
Regrettably, I cannot answer this question without more information. Follow up questions would be necessary in a consultation to suss out the issues here. What I can say is that your new ticket for driving with an expired license can result in a revocation of your... Read more »
I dint do the community service because I was in the hospital. What can I do now??
answered on Dec 17, 2016
With regards to this ticket, the court may entertain bringing it back into court but you would need sufficient documentation to prove you were hospitalized. You are also going to need an excuse for why you are only now addressing this matter. In practice, cases can be brought... Read more »
answered on Dec 14, 2016
Call the state's attorney and ask. It is a fine of $500ish, not a jailable offense.
Will they drop the charges that you have it proof of insurance to show them? Will you have go court over it or what?
answered on Dec 5, 2016
By statute they must dismiss the charge with proof of valid insurance.
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